How to progress from crowdfunding and grants to late-stage funding

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Securing funding as you start to scale requires expert advice and careful management of risk, says Chris Foxall from Riversimple Movement.

Riversimple Movement is a sustainable car company that manufactures hydrogen-fuelled vehicles. Having initially relied on grants and multiple rounds of crowdfunding, the business is now preparing to raise the significant investment required to set up a full production facility.

In this brief video, Chris Foxall, Finance Director at Riversimple Movement explains how to prepare for Series-B or later-stage funding and discusses where to look for the right investors.




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